A. K. M. A. Islam

A. K. M. A. Islam
International Islamic University Chittagong | IIUC · Professor Emeritus and former Vice Chancellor

PhD (London), DIC (Imperial College London)

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Introduction
* Ph.D. from Imperial College, UK 1969-1972 Postdoctoral works: • Imperial College of Science & Technology, London: 1972-1973. • The University of Reading (U.K.) as a Royal Society Fellow: 1984. • Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Research, Bangalore: 1996. • The University of Cambridge: (brief period) 1999. • ICTP (Trieste, Italy) – 7 times in summers during 1985–1997 (under Associateship visits). • Short visit to Yamanashi University (Japan) under joint UGC-Japan project (2006).
Additional affiliations
August 2013 - present
University of Rajshahi
Position
  • Professor (Full)
November 2012 - present
International Islamic University Chittagong
Position
  • Vice Chancellor
Description
  • Additionally * working as Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Scientific Research * Guiding several research projects
January 2007 - January 2007
University of Yamanashi
Position
  • Visiting scientist
Description
  • Visiting as part of a Joint research project

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Question (1)
Question
Charge density distribution analysis exhibits, for example, in HfV2Ga4 superconductor, directional electronic density-channel, highly populated 1D V leashed in (100) plane in the crystal lattice. The formation of such V-chains which accumulate the highest electronic charge might generate Cooper pairs to exhibit superconducting behavior in the yet unobserved materials.

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Projects

Projects (21)
Project
Calculation of Structural, Electronic, Elastic, Thermodynamic, Optical and Vibrational Properties
Project
Calculation of elastic, electronic, dynamic, optical and thermal properties.
Project
DFT exploring the physical properties